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KARNATAKA CORONA TALLY TO RISES 1,373

With 127 new positive cases, karnataka's tally to rose to 1373, an official said on Tuesday.

ICMR Revises Guidelines for Use of Hydroxychloroquine

ICMR REVISES GUIDELINES FOR USE OF HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE

The Indian Council of Medical Research has issued revised guidelines for use of hydroxychloroquine , the malaria drug, as a preventive...

 
 
 
288 Deaths, Active Cases 7,223 In Delhi

288 DEATHS, ACTIVE CASES 7,223 IN DELHI

Delhi's total tally 14,465 as well as the death toll to 288 with 12 more casualties in the last 24 hours, the Health Department said...

Electronic Cigarettes May Trigger Gum Disease: Study

ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES MAY TRIGGER GUM DISEASE: STUDY

New study assessed the adverse effects of electronic cigarettes on the disease-naive oral microbiome.

 
 
 
American Indians, Alaska Natives Have Higher Rates of CVD

AMERICAN INDIANS, ALASKA NATIVES HAVE HIGHER RATES OF CVD

Type 2 diabetes affects American Indians and Alaska Natives at around three times the rate of white Americans and is closely linked...

Two Anti-inflammatory Drugs Inhibit the Replication of Coronavirus

TWO ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUGS INHIBIT THE REPLICATION OF CORONAVIRUS

An anti-inflammatory drug for humans and another for animals inhibit a key enzyme in the replication and transcription of the COVID-19...

 
 
 
Novel Antiviral, Antibacterial Surface Slow Spread of Infections

NOVEL ANTIVIRAL, ANTIBACTERIAL SURFACE SLOW SPREAD OF INFECTIONS

Imparting antiviral and antibacterial properties to an aluminum alloy used in hospitals help reduce spread of infections.

Children's Temperament Traits can Affect Their Motor Skills

CHILDREN'S TEMPERAMENT TRAITS CAN AFFECT THEIR MOTOR SKILLS

Participation in organized sports can improve children's motor skills, reveals a new study. The study also provided information about...

 
 
 
Multifunctional E-glasses can Monitor Health, Protect Eyes, Control Video Game

MULTIFUNCTIONAL E-GLASSES CAN MONITOR HEALTH, PROTECT EYES, CONTROL VIDEO GAME

Smart electronic glasses can wirelessly monitor EEG and EOG signals, UV intensity, and body movements, while also acting as sunglasses...

Dairy Consumption Does Not Protect Against Age-related Bone Loss or Fractures

DAIRY CONSUMPTION DOES NOT PROTECT AGAINST AGE-RELATED BONE LOSS OR FRACTURES

When bone loss is accelerated during the menopause transition, dairy products offer little benefit in preventing bone mineral density...

 
 
 
Four Of Ten Adults Globally Have Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders

FOUR OF TEN ADULTS GLOBALLY HAVE FUNCTIONAL GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS

For every 10 adults in the world, 4 suffer from functional gastrointestinal disorders of varying severity, according to a new study....

Empowering Bystanders to Intervene can Help Prevent Domestic Violence and Abuse

EMPOWERING BYSTANDERS TO INTERVENE CAN HELP PREVENT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ABUSE

Empowering bystanders to intervene when they witness unacceptable behavior can help to prevent domestic violence and abuse, reveals...

 
 
 
World Vape Day on May 30

WORLD VAPE DAY ON MAY 30

Millions of e-cigarette users or vapers across the globe are celebrating World Vape Day on 30 May 2020, a day before World No Tobacco...

Yoga Helps Ease Menstrual Troubles

YOGA HELPS EASE MENSTRUAL TROUBLES

On menstrual day, lets pledge to start practicing yoga for the physical and mental well-being of our body, said health expert.

 
 
 
MRNA-based Vaccine Technology Helps Treat COVID-19

MRNA-BASED VACCINE TECHNOLOGY HELPS TREAT COVID-19

MRNA based vaccine technology is emerging as one of the frontrunners among the technologies being evaluated to develop a vaccine for...

Coronavirus: 3D Printed Nasal Swabs Designed

CORONAVIRUS: 3D PRINTED NASAL SWABS DESIGNED

COVID-19: Local 3D printed nasal swabs designed by researchers were found to solve supply chain problems.

 
 
 
Vaping Linked to Gum Disease

VAPING LINKED TO GUM DISEASE

Scientists who've taken the first look at bacteria in young and healthy vapers' mouths say that the potential for future disease lies...

New Treatment for COVID-19 Identified

NEW TREATMENT FOR COVID-19 IDENTIFIED

Leronlimab can reduce plasma viral load and help restore the immune system of COVID-19 patients, revealed a small observational study.

 
 
 
Red Eye Medical Assessment During COVID-19 Outbreak

RED EYE MEDICAL ASSESSMENT DURING COVID-19 OUTBREAK

During COVID-19 outbreak, health experts have warned to not avoid red eye medical assessment.

Pregnancy Reduces Breast Cancer Risk

PREGNANCY REDUCES BREAST CANCER RISK

Being pregnancy at 25 years or younger was found to reduce breast cancer risk by over 30%, stated new study.

 
 
 



Coronavirus UK: Government's contact tracing site crashes

Coronavirus UK: Government's contact tracing site crashes

Doctors and other staff reported major teething troubles as the much-trumpeted scheme finally got up and running, with some saying they had not even received passwords to start... Read more ...

Opening schools next week is 'NOT safe': 'Independent SAGE' warns

Opening schools next week is 'NOT safe': 'Independent SAGE' warns

Independent Sage, set up to challenge decisions made by ministers, said the proposal to reopen schools in England on June 1 goes against scientific advice and 'jumps the gun'. Read more ...

Twitter fact checks President Trump - but not Communist China

Twitter fact checks President Trump - but not Communist China

Recently Twitter added a “fact check” label to President Donald Trump's tweets about the concerns surrounding mail-in voting fraud, but the social media site has failed to... Read more ...

Fourteen more people have died after contracting coronavirus in Wales

Fourteen more people have died after contracting coronavirus in Wales

The number of fatalities with lab-confirmed Covid-19 has now reached 1,307 since the outbreak began in Wales Read more ...

Even mild coronavirus illness leads to antibodies: French study raises hope...

Even mild coronavirus illness leads to antibodies: French study raises hope of immunity

Researchers in Paris screened the blood of 160 medics who had confirmed Covid-19. They found that 99.4 per cent of the group had antibodies to the virus 13 days after their... Read more ...

American Indians, Alaska Natives Have Higher Rates of CVD

American Indians, Alaska Natives Have Higher Rates of CVD

Type 2 diabetes affects American Indians and Alaska Natives at around three times the rate of white Americans and is closely linked to the disproportionately high rates of... Read more ...

The Trailer For Netflix's Lenox Hill Is a Reminder That Healthcare Workers...

The Trailer For Netflix's Lenox Hill Is a Reminder That Healthcare Workers Were Always Heroes

The Netflix documentary Lenox Hill may have been filmed prior to the COVID-19 pandemic , but if the trailer is any indication, the series will serve as a poignant reminder that... Read more ...

Coronavirus UK: Contact tracing scheme launches TODAY

Coronavirus UK: Contact tracing scheme launches TODAY

The UK's coronavirus contact tracing programme will finally launch at 9am, but Health Secretary Matt Hancock admitted it will rely on people doing their 'civic duty', and... Read more ...

Two Anti-inflammatory Drugs Inhibit the Replication of Coronavirus

Two Anti-inflammatory Drugs Inhibit the Replication of Coronavirus

An anti-inflammatory drug for humans and another for animals inhibit a key enzyme in the replication and transcription of the COVID-19 virus The results of the work have been... Read more ...

Coronavirus antibody tests are wrong up to half of the time, the CDC warns

Coronavirus antibody tests are wrong up to half of the time, the CDC warns

The Centers for Disease Control has updated its guidance on its website, warning that antibody tests for COVID-19 may be wrong up to half of the time in delivering a false... Read more ...